Park Hyatt Melbourne has high tea with high society – A Beauty Feature

Everyone knows about high tea, or do they? It seems that some people may have confusion of “high tea” and “afternoon tea.” They are two very different rituals, with one common denominator – tea served at both. If we focus on high tea, you should be aware that between afternoon tea and high tea the latter is the larger one of the two. High tea was generally served between 6 – 7 p.m. as historically dinner was taken at sunset, this meal after work would consist of cake or a fruit cake, bread, homemade jam. High tea really took off in the North of England where a good high tea is a sight to behold and North Country women vie with one another to serve the best high tea.Park Hyatt Melbourne has high tea with high society, Veuve Clicquot Champagne,Food & Beverage team, salmon, watercress sandwiches, fine clotted cream,

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Everyone knows about high tea, or do they? It seems that some people may have confusion of “high tea” and “afternoon tea.” They are two very different rituals, with one common denominator – tea served at both. If we focus on high tea, you should be aware that between afternoon tea and high tea the latter is the larger one of the two. High tea was generally served between 6 – 7 p.m. as historically dinner was taken at sunset, this meal after work would consist of cake or a fruit cake, bread, homemade jam. High tea really took off in the North of England where a good high tea is a sight to behold and North Country women vie with one another to serve the best high tea.

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